Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Minor-league cowboy star William Stowell is cast as Herbert Drew, a lumberjack in a Northwoods logging camp. Falling in love with Bettina Warren (Rhea Mitchell), the camp's pretty owner, Drew vows to protect the girl from the machinations of her crooked lawyer Daniels (Warren Ellsworth). This entails the vanquishing of a gang of well-armed hooligans, hired by Daniels to wrest control of the camp. The comedy relief was handled by George Ahren as the grizzled camp cook. Though "B" westerns technically did not exist in 1916, Overalls would nonetheless fall within that category.
camp, gangster, girl, lawyer, lumber, thug, woods [place]